Holiday Cottages in Pendeen


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The village of Pendeen is situated on the west coast of Cornwall, between Land’s End and St Ives. The name is thought to mean ‘headland of the fort’. To discover this beautiful coastline browse our holiday cottages in Pendeen.

Why a Pendeen cottage?

Pendeen once played an important part in Cornwall's mining history due to its numerous tin and copper mines. This part of the coast line is renowned for the many ships that have been wrecked here and Pendeen lighthouse stands on the cliff looking out to sea above sandy little coves. The area around Pendeen boasts some beautiful walks, with interesting heritage sites along the way. Levant Engine House has been restored by the National Trust and Geevor Mine, which ceased working only a few years ago, is now a Heritage Museum with guided tours both above the mine and underground.

Places to visit near Pendeen

You can continue exploring the history of the mining industry in St Just. It was once the centre of the mining area and disused engine houses are dotted all around the landscape. Travel to the other side of the coast and visit Penzance. Take a boat trip to St Michael’s Mount or spend the day walking around Morrab Gardens, home to many sub-tropical plants.

If Pendeen sounds like your ideal holiday location then browse our collection of self-catering cottages today.